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[audio]E100-21: Exodus 19:1 -€“ 20:21: The Ten Commandments - Dr Tim Bulkeley
This reflection focuses on two things from this reading, the significance of calling Israel (in the context of making a covenant) a priestly kingdom and a holy nation, and how we should read/understand the ten commandments. (For that part it may help to listen to some of the podcasts here, in particular Casuistic and apodictic: part 1: What the terms mean.) We'll also end by realising what it means to say Yahweh is a jealous God, and very briefly start thinking about what that jealousy means...
Keywords: exodus; law; ten commandments
Downloads: 45
[audio]E100 week 5: The Law and the Land - Dr Tim Bulkeley
Despite its title this five has little about the law, and not enough about the covenant (binding agreement) to which this law belongs. The selection of passages (the first time I have strongly differed from the choice made by the organisers) is weighted towards American Evangelical favourite Sunday School stories. Having got that gripe off my chest, we'll notice how in these readings we learn (again) about what it does and does not mean to be God's chosen people...
Keywords: Exodus; Joshua; law; promised land
Downloads: 18
[audio]Casuistic and apodictic: part 2: The Jesus Key - Tim Bulkeley
In this Iâll tell you how I think Jesus offers the key to how we should understand the casuistic laws of the Old Testament. Itâs simple, but as Iâll go on to show in later âcasts profound. The clue is found in a passage weâve looked at before (Matt 5) especially in Matt 5:17-22. (See here for that âcast, and here for a whole sermon ;) .
Keywords: Jesus; Law; Matthew; Reading; bible; casuistic; apodictic; genre
Downloads: 25
[audio]E100-75: Acts 10:1 - 11:18: Good News for All - Dr Tim Bulkeley
In Matt 26 when Peter was supposed to be praying with Jesus he went to sleep, here a similar physical need interrupts his prayer, he's hungry (in Peterâs retelling says he fell asleep here too :) But God uses the two situations quite differently - here his hunger gives him a vision! When God says... ! OK God's message to Peter is quite clear, the behavioural rules that we think measure God's favour don't, the good news of God's love is for everyone...
Keywords: E100; Jesus; NT Acts; Law; Peter; rules
Downloads: 151
[audio]Casuistic and apodictic: part 3: Jesus reads more Scripture - Tim Bulkeley
We look at how Jesus reads other Bible passages (still in Matthew 5) to begin confirming the hypothesis that to read Scripture with Jesus is to make it so extreme that rules (casuistic law) become goals (apodictic command). Before you get to the next podcast it would be a good idea to listen to "What DOES 'fulfil' mean?" and "Jesus as fulfilment of Scripture: Slavery and Spanking"
Keywords: Jesus; Law; Matthew; Reading; bible; casuistic; apodictic; genre
Downloads: 32
[audio]E100-75: Acts 10:1 - 11:18: Good News for All - Dr Tim Bulkeley
In Matt 26 when Peter was supposed to be praying with Jesus he went to sleep, here a similar physical need interrupts his prayer, he's hungry (in Peterâs retelling says he fell asleep here too :) But God uses the two situations quite differently - here his hunger gives him a vision! When God says...! OK God's message to Peter is quite clear, the behavioural rules that we think measure God's favour don't, the good news of God's love is for everyone...
Keywords: E100; Jesus; NT Acts; Jesus; Law; Peter; rules
Downloads: 18
[audio]Casuistic and apodictic: part 1: What the terms mean - Tim Bulkeley
The distinction between casuistic and apodictic formulations of "legal" material in the Bible, seems like a prime example of scholarship which has lost touch with the needs of real Bible readers. Not least the abstruse technical language puts people off. Yet this distinction has deeply theological consequences, and Jesus seems to "fulfill" OT law (at least in part) by rephrasing the casuistic as apodictic...
Keywords: Jesus; Law; Matthew; Reading; bible; casuistic; apodictic; genre
Downloads: 63
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